I believe it was I that made that original recommendation Shaheen.
As stated in the last thread you created, I mentioned it is a scent made for women, though, as most men here might attest to, that should not necessarily deprive you of enjoying a smell.
I found that when I applied it to my skin, the soft floral accords receded, and the peppery gingerbread note moved to the front, as is often the case when wearing a perfume marketed for women. More often than not its the more masculine accords that emerge when mixed with a man's chemistry.
By all means try it confidently, and if its something you'd go for, then get it. Otherwise move on.